Bloodhound Gang

Bloodhound Gang Biography

The Bloodhound Gang now is an American rock band and hiphop group. Their highly controversial recordings feature broadly satirical lyrics. They are originally from Trappe, Pennsylvania. The group formed in 1992 as a small alternative band called Bang "Chamber 8". It consisted of Jimmy Pop and Daddy Long Legs. They released an eponymous tape before changing their name to the Bloodhound Gang. This name is a reference to "The Bloodhound Gang", a segment on the 1980s PBS kids' show "3-2-1 Contact".


Jimmy Pop – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, songwriter (1992-present)

Evil Jared Hasselhoff – bass guitar (1995-present)

Q-Ball – turntables, keyboard, backing vocals (1995-present)

The Yin – drums, percussion (2006-present)

Denial P. Cartier - lead guitar (2009-present)

Former Members:

Foof – vocals (1992)

Bubba K. Love – Drums (1992-1993)

Daddy Long Legs – vocals, bass guitar (1992-1995)

M.S.G. – turntables (1993-1995)

Skip O'Pot2Mus – drums (1993-1995)

Tard-E-Tard – turntables (1995)

Spanky G – drums (1995-1998)

Lupus Thunder - lead guitar (1994-2008)

Willie The New Guy – drums (1999-2006)

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